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theater but political theater of the best sort. certainly the dramatic testimony of gabrielle giffords. you would have to have a heart of stone not to be moved by that. i think it was of it was theater, but you heard your guest talking about wayne lapierre squirming, and people in the audience applauded when dick durbin held wayne lapierre's feet to the fire on a couple of issues. with that you have an active demonstration that the public is with pro gun control legislation, and that, i think alone could move the needle a little bit. >> john: it seems unthinking that these senators are unaware what the mood in this country is on this issue. gabby gifford probably would have brought tears to a stone however, wayne lapierre appears to have a heart harder than stone. as someone who lost a loved one to gun violence, what did you think of her. >> that was the message coming out, and every day we see 30 people, 30 americans die from gun violence. every year it's 30,000. in the 33 years i've been alive it's probably been over a million, and still the answer is to do nothing. what we heard in
anthrax. lapierrre will be testifying during a hearing that will include mark kelly husband to gabrielle giffords who was shot by one of the deranged criminals who had all too easy access to a gun. joining me now is virginia tech shooting survivor, collin goddard. thank you so much for being here this evening. >> thanks for having me. >> john: is this a new low, do you think attacking the father of a child who was killed at sandy hook? >> there's really no place for anything like this in this discussion or debate. we can be disagreeable. we can disagree without being disagreeable, excuse me. saying things like that reflect poorly on gun owners and men as human beings. >> john: this might be the new m.o. for the hard core pro gun supporters. i'm not talking about the reasonable nra members the majority of whom support the majority of the president's proposed revisions in the laws. but attack the victims and hope they won't speak up. now you've done a lot of work in this field with the brady campaign. have you been the victim of any of the personal attacks? >> unfortunately, i have. i've h
gabrielle giffords will testify today at the senate judiciary hearing on gun violence, we'll obviously talk to senator box bertha among other things. senator feinstein said the time has come to change course and make people safe. in a completely unrelated story dick cheney turns 72 today. [ applause ] he shooting his friend in the face if you recall that incident. he's a responsible gun owner i'm told. >> he gave an interview to somebody yesterday or the day before on gun safety. >> stephanie: did he? >> he did. >> stephanie: that goes in the isn't that ironic file. ♪ isn't it ironic ♪ >> stephanie: if you recall, the interesting thing about that is fairly -- seems fairly obvious, allegedly that he was -- what's the word chris? >> drunk. [ applause ] >> stephanie: at the time. did not talk to police until the next day. he made his friend go out and apologize -- for getting his face in the way of the gun. >> as you do. whittington was the friend's name. i remember that. >> stephanie: hello. kim, you're on the radio. thank god. kim in vermont. >> caller: that's my little girls in the back
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